The Vape Mall Releases a Guide on The History of Vaping

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This guide examines the history of vaping by looking at key figures in the invention of vaping and vaping products, important legislation about vaping, and future opportunities for vaping.

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Once it was determined during the 1950s and 1960s that smoking can lead to certain diseases including cancer, inventors started searching for a way to get the same high from nicotine without the need to smoke cigarettes.

The Vape Mall has released a new resource “The History of Vaping.” This guide provides information on the history of vaping by exploring the history of tobacco, the creation of vaping, how e-cigarettes were introduced to the United States, and the future of vaping.

Vaping is viewed by many as a safer alternative to smoking traditional cigarettes. Although vaping and e-cigarettes had been around for decades, many manufacturers credit 2010 as the year when vaping’s popularity began to soar. The future for the vaping industry is positive with the expected annual growth rate for the vaping industry is 23.8%.

The first reference to electronic cigarettes was the patent filed by Joseph Robinson in 1927, and the first device similar to today’s electronic cigarette was patented in 1965 by Herbert A. Gilbert. According to The Vape Mall, “Once it was determined during the 1950s and 1960s that smoking can lead to certain diseases including cancer, inventors started searching for a way to get the same high from nicotine without the need to smoke cigarettes.”

Vaping has been a part of society for decades. To learn more about the history of vaping, please visit The Vape Mall here.

About The Vape Mall:
Located in Wentzville, Missouri, The Vape Mall emerged to fill the void for quality premium vape supplies at a fair price. Our house blend E-liquid is 100% made in the USA with USP food grade ingredients, meaning you the customer will get consistent results. Processing time on orders is typically 1-2 business days and express shipping is available. Contact us today!

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